When Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S5 LTE-A, many were wondering when the handset would be making its way internationally. Unfortunately Samsung claims that they have no plans for now, although there have been rumors about a certain Samsung Galaxy F which is apparently a Galaxy S5 with a QHD display with a possibly different name and also without LTE-A, since there aren’t that many countries which support the technology at the moment.
Interestingly enough despite the lack of international availability for the Galaxy S5 LTE-A, Samsung has recently posted on their blog about their WQHD Super AMOLED technology, claiming that it offers up a superior viewing experience, and even going as far as comparing it against the company’s own Galaxy S5 handset which packs a FHD display.
According to Samsung, “With the WQHD you don’t have to be satisfied with what you’re accustomed to. The WQHD can show you more – improved readability, more vivid three-dimensional effects, and the aesthetic beauty – which will bring viewers closer to “the real thing.”
We’re not sure if Samsung is alluding to their upcoming Galaxy F handset, although a statement at the bottom of the blog suggests that the handset might not be arriving anytime soon, by saying, “For now, it seems that we first have to wait for the WQHD to be standard on smartphone displays.” It seems a little odd that Samsung would wait by the sidelines, but hopefully with all the leaks and rumors, we will learn more about the Galaxy F with its QHD display soon.
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